Cleveland Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Even when a motorcycle doesn’t hit another vehicle, an out-of-control bike can hit a tree, barrier or building and cause serious injuries. If you have been injured in a noncontact motorcycle accident, you need a knowledgeable attorney to help you secure damages for your injuries.

At Keis George, our Ohio attorneys have extensive experience representing injured bikers and their families. Attorneys Bill Keis and Warren George are experienced bikers who have a love of the road and understand the dangers a biker faces. Our lawyers can help you understand your legal options and will fight to secure the compensation you deserve for your motorcycle accident injuries.

To discuss your case, contact a Cleveland motorcycle accident lawyer at our firm. We offer free initial consultations and sound legal advice.

Help With All Noncontact Motorcycle Accidents

Our personal injury attorneys have helped countless clients who have lost control of their motorcycles as a result of another driver’s negligence. Other vehicles can cause a motorcycle to swerve and lose control of the bike by:

  • Backing out of a driveway or parking space
  • Cutting off the motorcycle on the freeway or street
  • Making a left-hand turn in front of an oncoming motorcycle
  • Improperly securing a load on a truck, resulting in debris falling on the road
  • Leaving construction equipment out in the road

Other drivers often overlook motorcycles. Our attorneys help clients bring a claim against the driver of the vehicle who caused the accident, regardless of whether or not the driver hit your bike. If the other driver fled the scene, we can help you understand your uninsured motorist insurance coverage and we will fight for the compensation you need.

Hire A Cuyahoga Motorcycle Crash Lawyer At Keis George

Contact a Cuyahoga motorcycle crash attorney at Keis George to talk about your legal options. From our offices in Cleveland and Columbus, we offer free initial consultations and are dedicated to standing up for your rights.